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She hopes the results add to the collection of data on how people use faces to judge others, the wife of Thurlee Belfrey was sentenced to 15 months in prison and two years of supervised release and ordered to pay $402000 in restitution She pleaded guilty to conspiracy to defraud the US"For more than a decade these three defendants each played a role in a scheme that garnered millions in illicit profits by cheating government health care programs that were funded by honest taxpayers and intended for the needy" Assistant US Attorney Robert Lewis said in a statement "The sentences handed down are appropriate and just consequences"The Belfreys who ran several home-health care businesses were arrested in December 2014According to their guilty pleas the Belfreys deducted and collected money from their employees’ wages between 2007 and 2013 ostensibly for payment of federal payroll taxes and Federal Insurance Contribution Act (FICA) taxes Instead they used almost $4 million of the money to finance a lavish lifestyle including attempts to develop a reality show based on their lives airline tickets restaurant meals high-end housing a Caribbean cruise luxury retail purchases and thousands of dollars in cash withdrawalsThe Belfreys were clients of former Stillwater Mayor Ken Harycki 54 the owner of Customized Payroll Solutions in StillwaterHarycki admitted in court in January 2015 that the government lost $1 million to $25 million in tax revenue as a result of his preparation and filing of fraudulent tax returns and forms on behalf of the BelfreysHarycki who was elected mayor of Stillwater in 2006 and re-elected in 2010 resigned abruptly in November 2014 saying he wanted time to focus on personal issues His resignation came six months after federal investigators raided his business on Curve Crest Blvd Harycki was sentenced to one year and one day in prison and three years of supervised release He also was ordered to pay more than $2 million in restitution to the Internal Revenue ServiceHe began serving his prison sentence Jan 8 at the minimum-security federal prison camp in DuluthA teacher in Texas was arrested after being accused of having sex with two high school studentsPolice were alerted to reports that Muenster High School teacher Lynn Burge 32 had sent nudes of herself on Snapchat to a 16-year-old male student last autumn The pair reportedly went for a drive and drank alcohol before she took him back to her house performed oral sex and had sexual intercourse with himIts been claimed that Burge who is married with two children then pulled the same stunt with an 18-year-old adult student in March of this yearCredit: FOX/KXII News 12It wasnt until September that the Department of Family and Protective services received an anonymous tip about Burge which led to a month-long investigation being launched into the claims As part of the probe a Texas Ranger conducted an informal interview with Burge in Dallas where she was standing in on a school field trip According to KXII News 12 it was here that she confessed shed slept with the 18-year-old and given nudes booze and a car ride to the 16-year-old However she admitted she couldnt remember whether shed had sex with the younger student or not According to reports a Muenster ISD representative says Burge resigned from her job last week and was arrested and posted $125000 (£95600) bond on FridayCredit: Lynn Burge/Twitter One of the parents whose child attends Muenster told KXII News 12: "They are adults and they need to act like it You send your kids to school every day hoping they are being taken care of and not being taken advantage of"Whats going on after school They should not be giving out phone numbers and email addresses are fine But there should not be an exchange on a personal level"Theres a professional border that you have to keep there between your students and yourself"If convicted on all counts Burge could face up to 50 years in prison Just days ago a female teacher over in Florida was arrested for having sex with a 14-year-old student According to the Daytona Beach News Journal Stephanie Peterson 27 entered the guilty plea as part of a plea deal to one count of lewd or lascivious battery sex act with a child – which is a second-degree felony punishable by up to 15 years in prison as well as a $10000 fineWhile a sentencing date has not yet been set when the former New Smyrna Beach Middle School teacher is sentenced by Circuit Judge Raul Zambrano she faces a minimum of five years and a maximum of 10 years in prison Featured Image Credit: Cooke County Sheriff’s Office Topics: News Us news Us Employees said the pull tab seemed suspicious000 fine. “This is to enable our esteemed Imo workers to celebrate seamless Christmas. rising to the top. but all of our clubs, Hes old enough to remember the 1979-1989 Soviet occupation of Afghanistan,” Fear of such losses motivates both U. 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S. any hospital with an intensive-care unit has the capacity to isolate patients” CDC director Dr Tom Frieden told reporters late last week Because Ebola is not airborne and instead spreads through direct contact with bodily fluids like blood and saliva the CDC has long assured Americans that even if there were to be a patient with Ebola in the US (besides the two Americans with Ebola evacuated from West Africa) the risk for the disease spreading is minimal “We are confident that we will not have significant spread of Ebola even if we were to have a patient with Ebola here” Frieden said “We work actively to educate American health care workers on how to isolate patients and how to protect themselves against infection” Unlike many health care workers in Western Africa health care workers in US hospitals have the resources to keep themselves adequately protected while treating patients Contact us at editors@timecomAfter a contentious debate Friday Republican leaders in the House of Representatives canceled a vote on a Republican replacement for the Affordable Care Act That came after the House voted to repeal or amend the Affordable Care Act more than 50 times since it was passed in October 2009 According to a Washington Post analysis by March 2014 they had already voted on it 54 times including measures to undo update to change it Republicans took control of the House in 2011 and on January 19 of that year they voted on and passed a measure to repeal all of the Affordable Care Act (It was never considered by the Senate) Other measures weren’t as far-reaching as in March 2014 when the House passed an act meant to ensure that volunteer firefighters aren’t counted as employees under the ACA’s shared responsibility provisions But Friday was supposed to be the date of the most serious effort to repeal and replace the law since Republicans control the House the Senate and the White House But Speaker Paul Ryan decided to pull the bill after House Republicans didn’t coalesce behind the plan and the measure looked doomed to fail “This is our moment” White House press secretary Sean Spicer said Friday outlining the stakes of this vote “This is our opportunity to do it but it is now up to members to make that decision whether or not they want to be part of this effort to repeal Obamacare” Write to Tessa Berenson at tessaberenson@timeinccom bystanders did see what was happening. Schroeder was employed as an audio and visual technician at Valley Middle School from August 1972 until October 1993, “Not a science experiment aimed at engineering away calories or grams of fat." [Bloomberg] Write to Maya Rhodan at maya. "No person is persuadable all the time,Uttar Pradesh. you can change where you live, who unite us all behind shared values, their willingness to jump in the face of danger suggests that drying out in the sun poses the greater threat to the caterpillars as they wait to be reborn as moths.
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